MURAT YETKİN, Was the killer of the Russian ambassador silenced?
„After [the killer] fired almost all the bullets in the cartridge of his pistol [a total of 11, with nine of them hitting the body of Karlov, according to the forensic report –MY], he asked the crowd who were there for the exhibition to leave, saying he ‘had no problem with them…”
Earlier, another source told me that “after examining the videos of the assassination and the aftermath in the building over and over again,” there was probably another person in the photograph exhibition in connection with the murderer …
“Up until a moment the killer was standing there behind the ambassador like any other bodyguard policeman would do. At a certain point, he immediately moved as if he was activated, started shouting slogans and fired at the ambassador from behind. [A]fter making sure he was dead, the killer did not make any attempt to run from the place immediately. It was as if he had gotten some assurances from his instructor that nothing would happen to him.”
„Security units are also working on the probability that the killer might have been silenced by a member of the special forces squad entering the exhibition hall building after the ambassador was shot. “The killer who was expecting that he would be saved, perhaps by a fake escape scenario after being nabbed, might have been killed by another member of the same secret organization among the special force squad.”
(Der Autor beruft sich auf ihm persönlich bekannte, Polizeiquellen im aktiven Dienst. Die Mitteilungen dienen der Befestigung der „FETÖ“-Legende. Für eine Verbindung des Täters mit dem „Netzwerk“ weist der Autor allerdings nur die Aussage seines Zuträgers vor, Altintas sei „in einer sozialen Umgebung aufgewachsen“, in der es „eine Reihe von Gülen-Sympathisanten“ gegeben habe. Nun, nach solchen Maßstäben zählt Erdogan, der Gülen viele Jahre eng und vertrauensvoll verbunden war, zum engsten Kreis der Verdächtigen.)